In Creed III, Michael B. Jordan takes the directing reins, extracting terrific performances from his cast and rejuvenating the franchise.
Joanna Hogg’s The Souvenir brilliantly captures the internal struggles of a young film student caught in a toxic relationship.
As standalone shorts, Wes Anderson makes the case that independent and distinctive vignettes are just as captivating as feature-length
In Titane, Evil can be innate and discovered, but it can’t be wiped clean, nor should it be. It’s a monster, and punishment will be severe.
Nia DaCosta’s perspective shift expands the world of Candyman with a visual style that cements her as an exciting director to watch.
Werewolves Within is an unintentionally distant cousin to Jim Cummings’ hilariously off-beat 2020 thriller The Wolf of Snow Hollow.
In The Tomorrow War, directed by Lego Batman Movie’s Chris McKay, Pratt a high school science teacher and Army vet unsatisfied with life.
Emma Seligman’s Shiva Baby is an astonishing directorial debut, and there’s a good reason it’s the talk of the town.
Director Jon M. Chu, known for helming Crazy Rich Asians, is truly a visionary, embracing large dance numbers that sprawl across New York City streets and public swimming pools.
In Mark Raso’s Awake, chaos erupts when a solar flare wipes out technology and humans descend into madness after losing the ability to sleep.
The first act sets up the case with a brutal exorcism, but the screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, switches the film into an investigative procedural.
Director Craig Gillespie continues his love of music against long tracking shots, finding a way to make the most use of each beat and crescendo in the song.
Those Who Wish Me Dead is a throwback to vintage thrillers that seamlessly weave multiple storylines against pounding action sequences.
Featuring a stellar supporting cast, including Julianne Moore and Brian Tyree Henry, Joe Wright’s direction is dulled by trying to play too forcefully with the audience’s perception of reality.